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Aichi Esports Union Regarding the holding of the Nenlympic Tottori esports experience session & qualifying session (Aichi Prefecture representative/Nagoya City representative)

Aichi eSports Union
Regarding the holding of Nenrinpic Tottori e-sports trial session & qualifying session (Aichi Prefecture representative, Nagoya City representative)
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The Aichi E-Sports Union (Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture) will hold the “Nenrinpic Habatake Tottori 2024″ Aichi Prefecture/Nagoya City representative qualifying round and e-sports experience session on May 26th (Sunday) at the e-Sports High School Nagoya Campus. It will be held at Nagoya e-Stadium (2-45-19 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture).
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competition summary
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■Passing flow
From Aichi Prefecture, the top three “Aichi Prefecture
Representatives” and “Nagoya City Representatives” will advance to the main tournament in Tottori Prefecture.
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■Holding Format (1) Team composition will be three players.
(2) The event will be the Nintendo Switch version of “Taiko no Tatsujin Dondaful Festival.”
(3) Three matches will be held, and the winner will be determined by the difference in total scores of the three songs, with each player performing one song.
(4) Perform 1vs1 using the assigned song.
(5) There will be 7 required songs.
(6) Set the score to “true hit” and the difficulty level to “normal.” (7) The controller must be the Taiko no Tatsujin controller “Taiko to Bachi for Nintendo Switch” sold by HORI, and must be installed at the venue (playing with Joy-Con, etc. is prohibited).
*The tournament rules will be explained on the day, and will basically be based on the Tottori tournament rules.
■Regulation details
https://tottori-esports.com/nenrin-esports-2024/
■Cooperating companies
Community Network Center Co., Ltd. [abbreviation CNCI]
https://www.cnci.co.jp/
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■ What is the Aichi eSports Union?
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[Aichi eSports Union Organizational Structure] (as of May 2024) Honorary advisor:
Hideaki Omura Governor of Aichi Prefecture
Takashi Kawamura, Mayor of Nagoya
Advisor:
Hideaki Suzuki Member of the House of Representatives
Mutsumi Teranishi Aichi Prefectural Assembly Member
Representative Director:
Masahiro Katagiri
[Aichi eSports Union supporting member companies] (as of May 2024)
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*Some companies do not display their logos upon request.
■Aichi eSports Union supporting member
The Aichi E-Sports Federation, a general incorporated association, aims to oversee e-sports in the region centered on Aichi and contribute to the development of the economy and society through the promotion and popularization of e-sports. We work with companies that sympathize with our philosophies of “creating dreams,” “creating industry,” and “responsive to society,” and with whom we can move forward together. As of May 2024, there are 23 companies.
■Recruitment of new members
The Aichi Esports Federation is looking for companies that will lead Aichi and Nagoya together through esports. We also receive many inquiries from local governments in Aichi Prefecture. If you are a company or local government that is interested in getting involved in esports, please contact us using the contact information below. ■For inquiries regarding this matter, please contact
info@aichiesports.com (Secretariat: Matsumoto)
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